Joe Buckingham went along to review SUSU Showstoppers’ slightly unusual latest show, The Drowsy Chaperone.
Author Joe Buckingham
The Race For Space is basically the coolest museum exhibition of your life, best served late at night while reading Wikipedia articles about space travel.
The Edge chats to Robin Johnson, director of the upcoming The Drowsy Chaperone, SUSU Showstoppers’ latest musical.
‘What Kind Of Man’ is trying so, so hard to be the next unforgettable Florence + The Machine hit – but if anything it’s tried too hard.
Slick production and a catchy chorus can only distract so far from lyrics which demonstrate that Jonas’s mental age has not kept pace with his new ‘grown-up’ appearance.
Our writers discuss the various adaptations of vampires across television and cinema from Being Human’s John Mitchell to Twilight’s Edward Cullen all the way back to 1922’s Nosferatu’s Graf Orlok.
The prodigal son of Will Smith proves that there’s slightly more going on up there than just tweets about trees.
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Dreamy synths, heavy layering and sharp electronic beats weave a deep, rich sound, which is not particularly groundbreaking but no less impressive.
Jack Antonoff might not yet be a household name, but this might be the project that gets him there.
Proof that songs that would have sounded endearingly teenaged in a low-quality bathroom recording session unfortunately don’t always survive the leap to studio-quality sound.
A good week for Ed Sheeran sees his new album x dominating the charts; newcomer Oliver Heldens tops the singles charts with ‘Gecko’.
With The Moon Rang Like A Bell, Hundred Waters have struck second-album gold, exploring new ground while never losing sight of their established style.